Remember when everyone spent all that time a few years back Remembering the Hipster, and then we mercifully agreed to close the book on that particular reference point, or at least seek out new groups on which to project our poorly defined assumptions and general curmudgeonliness? The NY Post sure doesn't!

The feverish panic of early 2010s hipster insurgency—those bygone days when roving mobs of them were re-rediscovering Ridgewood, laying violent siege to Montauk and inducing cosmic intervention by personal essay—is still alive and well over at the Murdoch tabloid. Even as the descriptor steadily fades from the popular lexicon, the Post has found signs of the withering hipster in places you'd least expect: the genus hipster now includes Jon Voight, snooty preschoolers, and a real estate agent who went on a racist rant in Brooklyn after calling the cops on a bouncer. (The Hipster Cops???)

Below, a brief introduction to ten of the NY Post's Hipsters in the Year Of Our Hipster Lord 2018:

January 31, 2018: Eight years after the Hipster Grifter's release from prison, Kari Ferrell returns to the headlines once again, thanks to a two-year-old letter posted to Twitter and a content hole.

February 20th, 2018: Chipotle executives say the burrito chain is considering adding Quinoa, that cool new seed on the scene, to supplement its lime-cilantro rice. But while the "hipster food item" was tested out at one Manhattan kitchen, the grain still isn't a permanent part of the menu. More bad news for hipsters.

March 9th, 2018: You thought Sake was a thousand-year-old Japanese alcohol, but it's actually "Brooklyn's new hipster drink."

April 9th, 2018: Joining the Albany-based sex-cult Nxivm becomes a very hipster move for some Brooklyn woman.

May 16th, 2018:Baby hipsters get super into an Italian early-childhood education philosophy focused on hands-on projects.

May 21st, 2018: The actor Jon Voight joins the hipster ranks after moving to Williamsburg.

May 24th, 2018: An anonymous hipster source is reportedly “stunned” and “perplexed” to see Jon Voight enter a CVS in Williamsburg.

May 29th, 2018: Dylan Sprouse, who true hipsters might know as Zack from Disney Channel’s “The Suite Life of Zack & Cody," is all grown up now. He loves to make mead, which is very hip.

June 2nd, 2018: Signal upgrades are for trains that serve as "hipster hangouts," says Post columnist Steve Cuozzo. Thankfully, his beloved J train remains free of both.

June 4th, 2018:
A real estate agent with MySpace NYC becomes a twice-labeled Drunken Hipster after he's caught on video using racial slurs outside Bushwick's House of Yes. Later, he calls Gothamist to say he's been "crucified," and adds that "he's not a hipster in any way, shape or form"—which is really just more evidence that he is one.

Bonus: March 18th, 2017: When Post reporter Dean Balsamini hit the streets of New York wearing a #MAGA hat, the fearless reporter endured hostile words from some New Yorkers, creating a scene outside the Apollo Theater in Harlem and "nearly causing a riot" inside the Stonewall Inn. Luckily, he survived. Journalism: 1. "Hipsters": 0.